Definition for COD

COD, n. [Sax. codd; W. cod, cwd; G. hode. Probably in a different dialect, Fr. cosse, or ecosse.]

  1. Any husk, envelop, or case, containing the seeds of a plant; a pod. – Mortimer.
  2. A bag; the scrotum.
  3. A pillow. [Not in use.]

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